A combination of Italian and Spanish gunmaking skills has gone to create a well affordable semi-automatic for field use. Jason looks at what you get for your money.
Among the most underrated of guns, the 16-bore is considered to be the gun of choice for true sporting connoisseurs.
Boxall & Edmiston 12-bore shotgun review: It’s exciting to find a new English side-by-side sideplated boxlock costing £16,000 and made by a veritable Who’s-Who of top-flight craftsmen.
Rizzini BR552 Custom shotgun review: An avowed fan of side-by-sides, Mike Yardley finds this extra-finish round-bar gun instinctive to shoot.
William Evans Pall Mall shotgun review: It's hard to spot the difference between this Spanish made William Evans Pall Mall side-by-side, and a best English gun.
This Perazzi HPX shotgun is a bespoke over-under designed for the high-bird specialist.
The Basque region has been the Spanish gunmaking quarter for at least as long as gunmaking has existed in England.
Pointer 612 Field shotgun review: Looking for real value for money in a gun? Jason reckons he’s found the answer.
Mossberg 535 pump-action shotgun review: The Mossberg 535 pump-action shotgun is a strikingly camouflaged pump-action shotgun that would make the ideal tool for vermin and wildfowl.
Rizzini 20-bore shotgun review: This pair of Italian round body guns are a perfect match for the British field.
Arrieta Viscount side-by-side shotgun review: The Arrieta Viscount side-by-side shotgun is a light, well-balanced Spanish shotgun with a superb ejector system and that looks as good as it is to…
Boxall & Edmiston shotgun: Looking for a top quality, affordable, British-made game gun? Jason reckons he has found the answer.
Purdey's newest creation isn't made from any old iron. Only the world's best steel is good enough for this masterpiece.
Guerini Round Action shotgun review: Take a look at the new Guerini Round Action gun – one of several new round-bar guns coming out of Italy.
Great shotguns don't have to cost the earth, here we consider several for under a grand
With its Sagittaire, French gunmaker Verney-Carron has embraced an international market without compromising style, says Lewis Potter
Size 6½ shot cartridges gives the advantage of greater penetration at slightly longer ranges when it’s needed.
Verney-Carron Sagittaire shotgun: With its Sagittaire, French gunmaker Verney-Carron has embraced an international market without compromising style.
Those looking for a shotgun to take them through a season’s intensive shooting are spoilt for choice.
Benelli Vinci semi-auto shotgun review: Jason checks out the new 3-piece semi-auto from Benelli.